Long-tailed shrews

Long-tailed shrews

Order : Insectivora
Family : Soricidae
Subfamily : Soricinae
Genus : Sorex

 

Animals in the genus Sorex

Baird's shrew
Facts about the genus Sorex, the long-tailed shrews

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It is not known if the rapid, darting movement common in the genus Sorex is an adaptation to finding food rapidly, or making capture by predators more difficult. (Full text)

The genus Sorex is a group of mainly land-dwelling shrews with relatively long tails which includes many of the common shrews of Europe and North America. (Wiki)

sorex is not a member of any public groups (Full text)

Another study stated that the enamel pigmentation of Sorex is distributed over the whole of the tooth from the enamel surface to the zone of the middle enamel layer, except for some unpigmented micro-areas(2).

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Gestation in the genus Sorex is thought to range from 18 - 26 days (Nowak 1999). (Full text)

Gestation in the genus Sorex is thought to range from 18 - 26 days (Nowak 1999). (Full text)

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Great Smoky Mountains National Park: Long-tailed shrews are found primarily at the higher elevations in the park, although several have been recorded in Greenbrier. (Full text)

Long-tailed shrews are slightly less than 7. (Full text)

Long-tailed shrews are slightly less than 7. (Full text)

In the San Francisco Mountains long-tailed shrews are known from Little Spring (type locality) at about 8000 feet as well as at a few places higher up the mountains (to 11,500 feet).

In the San Francisco Mountains long-tailed shrews are known from Little Spring (type locality) at about 8000 feet as well as at a few places higher up the mountains (to 11,500 feet). (Full text)

Similar Species Most other long-tailed shrews are much smaller. (Full text)

Long-tailed shrews are slightly less than 7.

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